Women's Ministry: Connect
Following the mission statement of the church, the Women's Ministry's mission statement is also "Connect." (Connect to God, connect with other believers, and connect others to God) It is our goal that women would experience community and life change through the variety of events, groups, outings, retreats, etc. that exist under the umbrella of Women's Ministry.
Let us think of ways to motivate one another to acts of love and good works. And let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another, especially now that the day of his return is drawing near.
The Well meets quarterly for worship, teaching, food, and fellowship, and is the launching point for Life Groups, Bible studies, and service projects for all the women of Red Rocks Church. Think of it as the well in the center of town, and come as you are to meet with other women! We meet at 7:00 in the Student Center at the Golden Campus at Heritage Square. Our next Well Gathering is Tuesday, October 2 at 7:00.
It is our goal to always have new Life Groups starting, groups with an open chair, or give you space to start a group of your own! If you want to start a group or need more information, contact us!
Titus 2 discusses the value of older women building into the lives of younger women. It is our goal that the women of Red Rocks Church would serve each other through mentoring relationships. If you are looking for a mentor, or want to consider becoming one, send a note to The Well mailbox and we will do our best to connect you!
Women's Ministry Leadership Team
Email questions, requests to be added to our newsletter list, etc., to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Facebook page does not require a Facebook account and is updated regularly here.
We have an additional "community" Facebook page that is secured for privacy. This requires a Facebook account and can be accessed by searching on: The Well Women: Community Page. Join this group to share prayer requests, praises, a song that encouraged you, and to ask for help. RRC women are faithful prayer warriors, and are enjoying being community through the digital age!